BMW are particularly proud of the headlights on their GINA project.
When the headlights are off, they’re hidden under the car’s skin. When turned on, the metal subframe moves the fabric skin laterally away from either side of the trademark kidney-shaped grille, exposing the double lights.
In the original BMW M1 the headlamps were completely concealed. In the new version, LED lighting subtly hides under the car’s overhang bonnet.
Other sections of bodywork are movable as well: the rear panel shifts to allow a spoiler to rise when driving over a particular speed, while the rocker panels move to narrow or widen the side air intakes and extend an additional protruding rocker panel line.
For now, it is no more than a design study. But then, so was the original M1!